From the Journal

A Fleet of Temples - Cycle the City

We were delighted to be approached by Bristol's finest bicycle hire company, Cycle the City to produce them with a fresh fleet for the coming seasons. We're thankful for being located in such a cyc...

Step Through Bike Buying Guide

We prefer not to gender stereotype our bikes. We think that anyone can ride a step through, and they should! They're great bikes.

Behind the Design: Adventure Disc

The new Adventure Disc is the product of years of careful thought, design and testing. In the first of a new blog series, Matt takes us through the design process and explains his decisions for eac...

Touring by Temple: An Athens Adventure

Our friend Rhiannon took her Adventure Tour for a ride from London to Athens. This is her story.

Touring by Temple: Across Exmoor

In the first of an ongoing blog series, our own Tom Wood takes us in a cycling adventure across the wilds of Exmoor.

A Welsh Weekender with the Adventure Disc

When I’m not riding my Temple on the road, I love heading out into the hills on my mountain bike to explore some wilder terrain. I use my time in the saddle to contemplate bike design and come up w...

Brooks Saddle Review

Reviewing Brooks saddles might seem a bit odd at first, given that they’ve been around in pretty much the same design for over 150 years. It’s also easy to think that a bike saddle is just a bike s...

A bike for life

At Temple Cycles, we think differently. We don’t bring out a new model every year just for the sake of it, nor do we believe that you should cast your bike aside every time a tweak is introduced. I...

What is Eroica Britannia ?

We were lucky enough to exhibit at the 2016 event, and had a marvellous time. We loaded up the van, got our team together and headed up to the picturesque town of Bakewell to take part.

Bristol Beer Factory Bike

Bristol Beer Factory have been brewing exceptionally tasty beer in Southville since 2004.

Custom Build - Duncan's 11 speed Porteur bike

Check out this custom build we made for Duncan. He wanted a bike for casual porteur riding, with an 11 speed hub gear.

Special Edition for the Brooks B1866 Store

A couple of months ago, we were contacted by Jim, a graphic designer from Brooks and the guy responsible for the bikes on display in the Brooks store  (called B1866) in Covent Garden. He asked us t...